Sunday Setlists #220

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Share your worship confessionals, recaps, and setlists for the week of: Sunday, October 7, 2012

Welcome to the 220th consecutive week of “Sunday Setlists!”

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  • I was exhausted, grateful for my team & co-leaders http://www.robstill.com/october-7-worship-recap/

  • 1. Your Love Never Fails (Prelude, Gathering song) 2. Hosanna (Praise is Rising) 3. Sing Sing Sing 4. King of Wonders 5. From the Inside Out 6. Nothing But the Blood (Redman version, Communion song). 7. Today is the Day (Closing song)

  • Lots of positive feedback from our music this past Sunday – I think I know why, so hope you’ll read my recap! http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2012/10/09/worship-recap-from-sunday-oct-7/

  • As our hand drummer put it, ‘a very Mumford-y’ feel during our opening set:-) http://ourloverevolution.wordpress.com/2012/10/09/chapel-gathering-recap-10-7-12/

  • This week I uploaded a review of a service I attended at Peoples Church in Fresno California. http://mhsmith.us/Tev883

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  • revdevinjohnstone

    Thanksgiving (here in Canada) is always a favourite service of mine.

    Ours is a blended worship context. In terms of congregational songs and hymns, here’s what we had for Oct 7/12

    Come, Ye Thankful People Come (Celebration Hymnal #797)
    Forever (Give Thanks to the Lord, Tomlin)
    I Will offer up my life (Redmond)
    Give Thanks (Don Moen) (Celebration Hymnal #170)
    Let All things Now Living (Celebration Hymnal #794)
    In Thanksgiving Let Us Praise Him ((Celebration Hymnal # 796)

    In terms of other music in the service, it was easy to key the other selections to the thanksgiving holiday:

    Prelude/gathering music was the following piano voluntaries:
    “For the Beauty of the Earth” (arr. Carol Tornquist);
    “Great is Thy Faithfulness” (arr. Chris Rice);
    “Now Thank We All our God with Come Ye Thankful People” Come
    (arr. Cindy Berry)

    Our offertory was a piano/clarinet duet on “Give Thanks with Now Thank We All our God” (arr. Stan Pethel)

    music for meditation and reflection while communion was being distributed included:
    “Come Ye Thankful People Come” (arr. James Manfield)
    “Simple Gifts” (the Shaker Hymn, arr. Gilbert Martin)

    Our postlude was “We Plow the Fields and Scatter” (arr. Joseph Prentiss)

    Our choir sang a lovely anthem entitled “I Will Sing Unto the Lord”, about giving thanks in song.

    All in all, it was a great morning to be grateful!